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DAN: "I'll steal it out of his Bible in Sunday School.
Gradually their talk died out and drowsiness began to steal upon the eyelids of the little waifs.
His mind--such as it was--was fixed on her trying to steal, and he credited her at once with making use of this new opportunity.
Trust to their honor," says he, "and you are safe: trust to their honesty, and they will steal the hair off your head.
Moreover, suggested writer Lew King, the falloff in steals was not due to a lack of players who could run.
Dec 19 - Burglar smashes glass in garage window and steals hand tools and motorcycle helmet.
The good thief: Pruitt had a season-high four steals to lead USC's defensive effort in Thursday's 80-75 victory over Arizona, giving him eight steals in the past three games.
It isn't likely that thieves who steals aluminum siding will shop regionally for the best price.
Beaver Steals Fire: A Salish Coyote Story is a picturebook rendition of a story directly from the cultural tradition of the Salish people of Montana.
The businessperson signs in as a dayuse guest, and, during that time, someone steals a credit card from the person's wallet.
We will use every means at our disposal to catch anyone who steals anything from this building or the people who live here.
June 7 - Burglar smashes rear window with glass hammer, enters and steals handbag, car keys, and VW Golf.
Scott Podsednik, who finished second in the league with 59 steals behind Chone Figgins, was thrown out on a pitchout called from the bench by Scioscia in the fifth inning.
CROSLAND HILL: May 30 - Burglar forces garden fence panel then smashes glass in patio door, enters and steals jewellery and mobile phone.
Fears, who will play at UC Santa Barbara, averaged 16 points, four rebounds, three steals and 3.